As 2019 draws to a close, Raleigh International chief executive Stacey Adams celebrates the achievements of young people in 2019, gives thanks for the generosity of our supporters and reflects on the past 13 years leading the organisation.December 18, 2019
For six years, volunteers from Google offices across Europe have spent two weeks in rural communities each year to mentor and support inspirational young entrepreneurs with the passion and drive to make their micro-enterprise a success. At the heart of the programme is Google employee Rick Van Woudenbergh, who has paved the way for a number of impactful projects.December 3, 2019
Raleigh International, the UK’s leading youth-led sustainable development charity, has announced that Julian Olivier will take over as Chief Executive in the New Year.September 24, 2019
Saint-Gobain Foundation are funding one year of a new and innovative project in the Mkingu Forest Nature Reserve to support sustainable livelihoods, help rural youth lift themselves out of poverty and make long-lasting contributions to the local economy.September 4, 2019
As any former volunteer can tell you, the memories made on a Raleigh Expedition stick with you long after it is over and you’ve taken off your boots.
The memories can be big and small, shared or private, lasting only a second or the culmination of weeks or even months of effort. Show a photo of a tippy-tap or a mess tin to two Raleigh alumni and, even if they volunteered years apart from each other, who knows if they’ll ever finish reminiscing about their memories of Expedition.
Stacey Adams, chief executive of youth-led sustainable development charity Raleigh International, has announced that she will step down at the end of 2019 after thirteen years in the role.May 8, 2019
Post by Raleigh International Chief Executive, Stacey Adams
As we near the end of 2018, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on some of our activities and achievements from the year.
Youth-led sustainable development charity Raleigh International announce a new three-year partnership with UK sports and teamwear firm Chadwick Textiles.September 3, 2018
With many students considering their gap year options ahead of this year’s A-level results, sustainable development charity Raleigh International is encouraging young people and their parents to ditch the usual ‘backpacker’ trips in favour of an adventure that matters.